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Another Sri Lankan housemaid from Saudi Arabia was admitted to Karapitiya hospital with metal wires (nails) forced into her arms by her employer, Galle police said.

The doctors stated that one metal wire was successfully removed from her left hand yesterday and there are two more wires still to be removed.

She is a resident of Galle and  had been employed in Saudi Arabia since November 2010 but returned after allegedly being abused by her employer.

The victim told police that her employer in Saudi Arabia had inserted these nails after she protested his advances. Galle police are conducting further investigations.
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  • Hussain Friday, 18 February 2011 10:37 AM

    SL fgovt shoukd immediately stop sending maids from Sri lanka.... There are thousands of cases which are not published or known. this is just the tip of the ice berg

    andy Friday, 18 February 2011 06:14 AM

    why we (GoSL) do not stop not going to other countries as maids. let provide suffecient income for them in Sri Lankan soil to run their lifes. GoSL MUST take action aganist this to stop maids. treats our beloved woman pls


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